A Gaucho’s Dinner: Celebrating Argentina

October 21, 2017

WildGameDinnerOne of the best-known cultural symbols of Argentina, the gaucho is a rough, tough, free-riding horseman of the pampa and proud cousin of the North American cowboy. A prominent cattle-producing region, the pampa boasts vast, open pastures managed by modern-day gauchos who produce some of the best grass-fed beef in the world.

This dinner will celebrate the heritage of the La Pampa province with a four-course meal showcasing the diverse flavors and agricultural products that are abundant in the country.

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Stay overnight at the historic Holly Inn for $199*. Call 800-487-4653 to make your reservation. Please reference Fall Game Dinners to receive this special rate.


Pheasant Roulade with Blueberry Gastrique
Sugared Fresh Figs, Toasted Pistachios and Local Goat Cheese Crumbles.
Chef Wilma Gordon
Catena Cabernet Franc, San Carlos Argentina 2014

Camp-Fire Roasted Trout
Yerba Mate Yogurt, Honey, Blood Orange, Avocado and Chili Pickled Okra
Chef Thierry Debailleul
Catena Chardonnay, Tupungato Argentina 2015

Grass-Fed Beef Ribeye Asado
Smoked Baby Potatoes, Cast Iron Roasted Mushrooms, Charred Aubergine, Fermented Peppers, Lemon Cremoso, and Chimichurri
Chef Adam Hinderliter
Amalaya Malbec, Salta Argentina 2015

Dulce De Leche Chocolate Cake
Malted Milk Whipped Cream, Mandarin Caramel, Pomegranate Soaked Citrus and Lemon Crunch
Chef Katelyn Borba
Santa Julia Late Harvest Torrontés, Mendoza Argentina 2015

*Room rate is per room, per night plus applicable tax and resort service fee.

  • Location

    Carolina Dining Room

  • Time

    7 p.m.

  • Cost

    $55 per person; $70 with wine pairings